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Schedule Pop visits LCI!

Deena Galluzzo, Robert Renquist, John Samuel, Ben Wingrove

Deena Galluzzo, Robert Renquist, John Samuel, Ben Wingrove

Manufacturing is where LCI started, and remains a core part of our identity. We manufacture products ranging from mattresses and file folders to chemical lightsticks. Our portfolio comprises over 2,000 unique products, supported by six facilities with over 750,000 square feet of space. All of it is dedicated to employing and empowering people who are blind.

Manufacturing is where LCI started, and remains a core part of our identity. We manufacture products ranging from mattresses and file folders to chemical lightsticks. Our portfolio comprises over 2,000 unique products, supported by six facilities with over 750,000 square feet of space. All of it is dedicated to employing and empowering people who are blind.


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Using decades of experience working with employees with disabilities, LCI Tech offers consulting services for digital accessibility.

Using decades of experience working with employees with disabilities, LCI Tech offers consulting services for digital accessibility.

Thank you LC Industries for having us. Schedule Pop is looking forward to the future and the jobs we can provide for the blind, and visually impaired.

Thank you LC Industries for having us. Schedule Pop is looking forward to the future and the jobs we can provide for the blind, and visually impaired.

Hello Everybody!

Thank you Robert & John for the grand tour of LCI, we had a such a great experience!

LCI is a diverse manufacturing, distribution, and retail company that specializes in abiltyone products. Our abiltyone products are manufactured by Americans who are blind, or visually impaired.


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It was coming here that I finally had the opportunity to feel that I was part of an organization that understood the things that made me unique - I didn’t have to hide the fact that I had a vision impairment. I could be the person that I am. I think it brings out the best in a person when he or she can be their authentic self.
— John Samuel